Through the mergence
of the Wisdom Being, the Commitment Being is alleged to be infused with divine energy, thereby enhancing its power and efficacy in the later stages of the consecration.
In conclusion, the results from Experiment 1 raise a number of issues regarding the nature of the stability, mergence
, and transfer of multiple functions within equivalence classes.
32) Swinburne's poem 'Hermaphroditus', inspired by the antique statue of a sleeping hermaphrodite at the Louvre, centres on the 'curious beauty' (33) of the androgynous figure in which 'Sex to sweet sex with lips and limbs is wed, | Turning the fruitful feud of hers and his | To the waste wedlock of a sterile kiss', and celebrates its ambiguity and its mergence
of the masculine and the feminine.
1987), Darwin and the mergence
of evolutionary theory of mind and behavior, Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
Through technologically enabled specific interaction canalized by special communication approaches between the sender and recipient, the trademark and buyer, the corporation and consumer, the oil company and nature conservancy (n5m 3 Workbook, Evelline Lubers 1999), the mergence
of simulation and spectacle takes place mainly in the field of criticism and its co-optation, which produces simulated quasi media literacy.
Water quality impacts associated with pre- and post mergence
applications of atrazine in maize.
a certain bonding or mergence
of person and place such that the place takes its identity from the dweller and the dweller takes his or her identity from the place.
Tropical Malady (Apichatpong Weerasethakul) A Thai gay animist fable paralleling two love stories in which the hunter and the hunted yearn for mergence
If, as Cixous suggests, woman's difference from man is indicated in part by her more liberated and liberating approach to sexuality, it might be the case that for Hemingway only interaction with a non-masculine sexual principle could allow for potential male liberation and self-definition--the conclusion to which Earl Rovit inadvertently comes when he calls Maria "the vessel of Jordan's complete self-realization; in his mergence
with her, he has achieved the immortality of becoming 'other'" (134).
into the native culture is achieved largely through language, and it is interesting to compare and note the similarity between the way in which Somerville and Ross intersperse lower class Hiberno-English phraseology into the main narrative to the italicized French and German words that are assimilated into the texts of their other tours.
Intuition is knowledge by identity, and intuitive experience involves a form of mergence
of the object and the subject, the knower and the known and the act of knowing thereby dissolving dualities.
The musical interludes came from Gobbleracket, an incredible mergence
of didgereedo and Irish gypsy folk violin.
Organizational and contextual influences on the mergence
of effectiveness of charismatic leadership.
6) The book reflects a mergence
of botany with pharmacy, with each plant listed with a botanical description along with the analysis of its chemical composition.
31) Burkman and Meloy touch on this doubleness with their comment that "O'Connor has captured the young boy's regressive wish for mergence
with the mother in its most frightening and gratifying aspects" (p.